Tag: CPC

AYGOR (AY Great Original Resource) Website

AYGOR (The AY Great Original Resource) is a website by Marek Wolfgang Argent, which contains .ay files specifically with only proper author names, song titles and playing time. No tracker modules, no tape, snapshot and other work files. The music is from ZX, CPC and SAM Coupe. Marek plans to expand the .ay standard to other machines with Z80 as…

'Let's Go!' for Amstrad Final Release is out!

Back in late August we announced about Let’s o’s development releases, and we now have some great News for you all. The first major release is now available to download! As we could see during the previews, the graphics are very colourful and the gameplay fast and addictive. There are a total of 12 levels, and each one pay an homage…

Let's Go! New Amstrad CPC Platformer in Development

Let’s Go! is a new upcoming work in process platformer by Morri for the Amstrad CPC. Created using CPC BASIC 3, Morri mentions that this is a clone of the mobile game Relic Rush, and features graphics in mode 0, which are double pixelled vertically so that each pixel appears to be square, Giving the game a nice colourful, chunky…

Harrier Attack CPC Clone for Windows!

adolfito from CPCWiki forum is currently creating a PC Clone of Harrier Attack by Amsoft/Durell Software. It’s very early days for this remake but it’s looking really nice and true to the original from 1984. Below are the current updates, No download is available as yet, but we will keep you updated as the project progresses. – Sprites from original…

iMPdraw v1.131 – Amstrad CPC Graphical Tool

AsT just released v1.131 of his graphical tool named iMPdraw. It’s a WIP, so it is time to suggest all the features which may be useful to you in this dedicated thread. AsT & TotO are currently working on the v2.0, managing fullscreen pixelart work. Download: iMPdraw v1.131 (Impact).zipWebsite: http://pushnpop.netCPCWiki Thread: http://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum/

OutRun CPC PC Remake Updated!

Outrun was ported from Arcade to various game consoles and computers, the best retro port in my opinion is the PC Engine version, an excellent conversion and very close to it’s Arcade counterpart. The Amstrad CPC version unfortunately is quite the opposite, a rushed and unfinished Speccy port, this abomination is legendary and notorious amongst CPC fans for being, hmm…how…

Duck Out, A New Work in Progress Amstrad CPC Game

Originally a Speccy title, Duck Out! is 2D side-scrolling beat’em up. The player controls a cartoon duck with a frying pan, who escapes from a restaurant and heads to the local park to meet his date with a girl. Along the way, this crazy duck ends up fighting numerous enemies such as scary middle aged men, cats, dogs and lizards! The…

‘C4CPC’ Flash Cartridge For Amstrad CPC Now Available

[youtube 2xPAjOGHj2Y nolink] Modern storage devices is the dream of every retro-computer user, and users of Amstrad CPC are not out of the party, thanks to the C4CPC Flash Cartridge. Using a microSD card slot and USB port for loading games, the C4CPC slots into either a GX4000, CPC464 Plus, or 6128 Plus systems as if it was a standard…

Let's Play with the Oliver Twins!

The Oliver Twins are two British brothers, Philip and Andrew Oliver known for their work as video game developers. They began to professionally develop computer games while they were still at school, contributing their first type-in game to a magazine in 1983. They worked with publishers Codemasters for a number of years following their first collaboration Super Robin Hood, most…

Cosmic Prison Commando

[youtube loq2-67MVKs nolink] Cosmic Prison Commando takes you back to 1984, in retro 2D shoot ’em up, designed to look like an old Amstrad CPC game. True to its ideals, Cosmic Prison Commando does indeed look just like one of those games, with blocky, garish colors. If you played games in the 80s, this will bring back memories. It’s a…